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What size air compressor do I need to winterize my RV?
A 2 or 3 gallon air compressor is good for campers. There is a hybrid winterization process that you could consider. Most of the water can be removed by opening the low-point drain and faucets.
What is the most powerful 12 volt air compressor?
The portable air compressor from Viair 00088 88P is one of the most powerful options out there. It can quickly inflate the tires of your vehicle because it has a power draw of more than 200 watt. The max air pressure is more than enough for most cars.
Is blowing out RV water lines vs antifreeze?
When you blow out your RV water lines with compressed air, you don’t have to worry about a bad smell or taste. When blowing out RV water lines, you don’t have to worry about having a taste or smell in your water after de-winterizing because there is no antifreeze in the fresh water lines.
Do you put RV antifreeze in fresh water tank?
If you want to pour the antifreeze directly into the fresh tank and use the RV’s water pump to pump it throughout the system, you can use a backflow kit with a hand pump.
How do you fill RV tires?
The easiest way to add air to the tire is to remove the stem cap, attach the air hose and chuck to the valve stem, fill the tire with air and replace the stem cap. When the tire gets fun, it’s time to inflate it.